As a part of Hiram College’s fall choral concert, the Hiram College Chamber singers will present a free program titled “In Good Taste.” Featuring the J.S. Bach Coffee Cantata and P.D. Q. Bach’s “The Seasonings,” the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. (coffee and cake served at 7 p.m.), Friday, Nov. 18. at the Hiram College Kennedy Center ballroom, 11730 Garfield Road, Hiram.
“’In Good Taste’ is a program of delectable choral pieces,” describes its director Dawn Sonntag, associate professor of music and chair of Hiram College’s Music Department.
The Hiram College Chamber Orchestra then takes the stage on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 3 p.m. at Frohring Music Hall, 11746 Dean Street, Hiram. The “Mostly Mozart” program will feature work from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart along with that of his father, Leopold, and contemporary adversary, Antonio Salieri.
For more information about the concerts, contact Lisa Miller at millerLL@hiram.edu or 330-569-5295.